Crossing the Line by Sherri Hayes

Available September 4, 2014
 from Sherri Hayes
Crossing
The Line (Daniels Brothers #3)

“Sorry about last night.”
Megan looked up from the stack of
baby blankets she’d been perusing. 
Rebecca was holding a bottle with little yellow bears in her right hand, a sheepish look on her face.
“What are you apologizing for? Ditching me, or making so much noise I had to spend most of the evening in the basement?” Megan grinned to lessen the harsh impact of her words. She wasn’t mad at her sister, but she hadn’t relished spending three hours hiding in their basement either. It wouldn’t have been so bad had she been able to talk to Paul the entire time, but she hadn’t. As it was, she’d ended up watching reruns of CSI. It was the only thing decent she could find on television. 
Rebecca placed the bottle back on the shelf. “Both, I guess. I mean we didn’t mean . . .”
“You’re still newlyweds. I get it.”
Her sister rubbed a hand over her
growing belly and smiled. “It’s just, 
ever since I entered my second
trimester I can’t seem to control myself.”
Megan snorted. “And you could
control yourself before?”
“Okay, you’re right. Gage has
always been able to . . . well . . .” To 
Megan’s surprise, Rebecca
giggled. It was weird, but good, too. Her sister 
was happy.
“Yeah, I get it.” And Megan did
get it. Those two make-out sessions with 
Paul had her craving more of his
kisses. She could only imagine what it 
would feel like to have him
inside her . . . surrounding her.
Walking over to a rack filled
with little socks, Megan sighed. She missed 
sex. Battery-operated boyfriends had nothing on the
real thing.

Check Out The Rest of the Daniels Brothers Series

Behind Closed Doors (Daniels Brothers #1)                                              Red Zone (Daniels Brothers #2)
   
About the Author


Sherri spent most of her childhood detesting English class.
It was one of her least favorite subjects because she never seemed to fit into
the standard mold. She wasn’t good at spelling or following grammar rules, and
outlines made her head spin. For that reason, Sherri never imagined becoming an
author.
At the age of thirty, all that changed. After getting
frustrated with the direction a television show was taking two of its
characters, Sherri decided to try her hand at writing an alternate ending and
give the characters their happily ever after. By the time the story finished,
it was one of the top ten read stories on the site, and her readers were
encouraging her to write more.
Seven years later, Sherri is the author of seven full-length
novels and one short story. Writing has become a creative outlet that allows
her to explore a wide range of emotions, while having fun taking her characters
through all the twists and turns she can create.
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